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Reduce the bottom gap for keypad via OnePlus 9 Pro

  1. LAST_KINGZ
    Froyo Jan 23, 2022

    LAST_KINGZ , via OnePlus 9 Pro , Jan 23, 2022 :
    Hello Never settlers,
    Yesterday I had upgraded to Android 12 and didn't like the interface, OS, features compared to the Original Oxygen OS. So I rolled back to Android 11. But before upgrading to Android 12 the gap that I marked for the keypad was absent. Again after the roll back the gap is seen.

    Can anyone suggest a way to remove the bottom for the keypad..!!?
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  2. Shailender Sharma
    Nougat Jan 23, 2022


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  3. Syrix
    Honeycomb Jan 26, 2022


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  4. Syrix
    Honeycomb Jan 26, 2022


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  5. Toyguy22
    Honeycomb Jan 27, 2022

    Toyguy22 , Jan 27, 2022 :
    Actually, it works in OOS 11 too.

    In OOS 11, it's slightly different than what you wrote above. For OOS 11, go to Settings < System < Languages & Input < Keyboard height adjustment < select the 'Hide' option

    Follow the steps I just wrote above.

    The other thing you could do is SwiftKey allows you to customize the height of the keyboard itself so you can make it taller or shorter, depending on how you like it. To do that, go your SwiftKey settings app < Layout & keys < Resize < adjust the top slider up or down to your liking (if you want to go back to the default height of the keyboard, just hit the Reset button there).
     

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  6. LAST_KINGZ
    Froyo Jan 27, 2022

    LAST_KINGZ , via OnePlus 9 Pro , Jan 27, 2022 :
    Thanks a lot.., appreciate it
     

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  7. pinkhelmet
    Gingerbread Jan 27, 2022


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  8. Syrix
    Honeycomb Jan 27, 2022

    Syrix , via OnePlus 9 Pro , Jan 27, 2022 :
    That's good to know! Thanks for the correction.
     

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